01. Intro 02. Flying My Guilt Over A Quilt *+ 03. On Love, in Sadness 04. The Remedy (I Won't Worry) 05. Halfway Home 06. You and I Both 07. Right Kind of Phrase *
01. Intro 02. God Rests in Reason * 03. Absolutely Zero *^ 04. Too Much Food * 05. Song for a Friend *+ 06. No Yesterdays #! 07. Put Down that Remote Control @! 08. What It Takes ! 09. Curbside Prophet ! (Acapella)
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On Stage: 8:42 PM
Off Stage: 10:34 PM
* Feat. Jennifer Lowe on Percussion
+ Feat. DJ Bob Necksnapp
^ Feat. Raul Midon
# Raul Midon Song
! Feat. Jennifer Lowe, DJ Bob Necknapp, Raul Midon, and Makana
@ Makana Song
Notes: Many thanks to Jon Koch for the ticket hookup. Thanks bro!
* Archived to DAT via: ad20 > 7 Pin Cable > Sony TCD-8
March 22, 2005 Subject:
Amazing live acoustics, but makes for hollow taping
I think it's the much heralded acoustic design of the walt disney hall-- which live, in person, feels so omnipresent. the sound does seem to float all over the hall. strangley on the taping, it does sound hollow and far away, maybe because of a lack of sound directionality??. i was sitting much farther away from the stage than the first reviewer and it sounded very clear and present to me.
The show was part of his acoustic curbside prophet tour, and has all of the artists (makana, jen lowe, dj necksnap, and raul midon) joining in the jam for "too much food" and "curbside prophet". As usual Jason gives a great entertaining show!
June 30, 2004 Subject:
my first show
this show was pretty cool, minus everyone singing along to "you and i both". i was on the righ side of the stage and it wasnt a big venue so everyone was close to him, except for like the people far back top row. but this was a great show, and im amazed at this recording becuase it was hard to hear him in that place, the acoustics in there were not meant for mraz to play in. i couldnt hear all his jokes but non the less he was great the recording was great too.